Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 18
CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
CHAPTER 56
PROSTITUTION
18-5628.  JURISDICTION — DEPOSITIONS. The district courts of the state of Idaho shall have jurisdiction over:
(1)  Property for which forfeiture is sought that is within the state at the time the action is filed; or
(2)  The interest of a co-owner or interest holder in the property if the co-owner or interest holder is subject to personal jurisdiction in this state.
In order to facilitate the identification and location of property declared forfeited after the entry of an order declaring property forfeited to the state of Idaho, the court may, upon application of the state of Idaho, order that the testimony of any witness relating to the property forfeited be taken by deposition and that any designated book, paper, document, record, recording or other material not privileged be produced at the same time and place, in the same manner as provided for the taking of depositions under rule 27 of the Idaho rules of civil procedure.

History:
[18-5628, added 2013, ch. 249, sec. 11, p. 607.]


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